Or you read the wrong magazine. I suppose their testing method gets the credit for the 6.7 second 0-60. Maybe they were in 'A' mode?Guess I got the wrong car, bottom of the list
No they were not in A mode...they simply did not use left foot braking to launch the car...you know, like in real world driving...Or you read the wrong magazine. I suppose their testing method gets the credit for the 6.7 second 0-60. Maybe they were in 'A' mode?
The one time I relied on their best-rated item, the product (an answering machine - remember those?) broke within a week of purchase. To its credit and theirs, after being repaired it worked mostly well for many years.
No, they simply floored it from a standstill. Truth be told, the other manufacturers handle that situation better. What you can't tell from the table is why Giulia performed poorly in the test.Lolz thats some funny sh.t....
So what all is this mysterious road score encompassing that makes Giulia practically worst in the group? And 6.7s to 60? That would be slower than the old heavy audi A4 with 210HP, were they towing a fridge while acceleration testing?
It would be unwise for AR to be equally dismissive. The facts are that from an idling engine and standing start Giulia hesitates a lot; other cars may also hesitate but not nearly so much. The Q4 comes with crappy tires, which several forum members have complained about; this fault should be easy for AR to fix. Reference the Camaro launch illustrated in Chevy's current ad campaign: controlled wheel spin. Giulia 2.0T won't do that, but I suspect the competitors can.The whole report is nonsense. That magazine is a rag.
I can't say that I have a test track and a line up of cars to test, or even the proper skills to test them. I'm still waiting for my car to arrive.Sorry but I find it very hard to believe their performance numbers and manuverabilty numbers. No way an ATS trounces us in that test.